- Title Pages
- Introduction: Selective Remembrances: Archaeology in the Construction, Commemoration, and Consecration of National Pasts
- One Russian Response: Archaeology, Russian Nationalism, and the “Arctic Homeland”
- Two The Challenges of Church Archaeology in Post-Soviet Crimea
- Three The Writing of Caucasian Albania: Facts and Falsifications
- Four Archaeology and Nationalism in <i>The History of the Romanians</i>
- Five The Rise of the Hittite Sun: A Deconstruction of Western Civilization from the Margin
- Six The Sense of Belonging The Politics of Archaeology in Modern Iraq
- Seven The Name Game: The Persian Gulf, Archaeologists, and the Politics of Arab-Iranian Relations
- Eight Excavating Masada: The Politics-Archaeology Connection at Work
- Nine Recovering Authenticity: West-Bank Settlers and the Second Stage of National Archaeology
- Ten Appropriating the Past: Heritage, Tourism, and Archaeology in Israel
- Eleven An Archaeology of Palestine Mourning a Dream
- Twelve The Aryan Homeland Debate in India
- Thirteen The Impact of Colonialism and Nationalism in the Archaeology of Thailand
- Selective Remembrances
- University of Chicago Press
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